first hour Carroll talks more about the inner workings of the
Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and, in particular, a long-term lease
for 300 acres of agriculture land on Kauai granted to former Commissioner Stewart Hanchett. The
Association is protesting the lease, alleging an abuse of power
because, among other things, he built a personal home on the property.
While other trust benificiaries are having a hard time getting a lease
for nonprofit use, Hanchett easily received a permanent lease.
See attached documents:
Mark Barville talks about the extensive damage being done to a coral reef off the Island of Hawaii, caused by loose pipes from NELHA. He contacted several agencies but says nothing is being done. He took underwater video of the area and posted it on YouTube (link here). Tour operators and the military received large fines for coral damage (see attached). Why not NELHA?
The second hour Carroll's guest is Dr. Patricia Bragg, CEO of Bragg Live Foods, Inc., talking about healthy living. The Bragg line of products, including the famous Bragg apple cider vinegar, provide
many internal and external health benefits and have been recognized as the best in the industry. Dr. Bragg says, "You are what you eat, drink, breathe, and think." See her products and books at bragg.com. Dr.
Bragg also conducts a free exercise class daily at 9 a.m., at Ft. DeRussy, Waikiki (see attached). Also, check her video lectures on YouTube.com, and see attached for company history.